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2 well-crafted suits for the price of one - 42R

Discussion in '2011-2017 Classic Menswear' started by etoro177, Aug 9, 2016.

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  1. etoro177

    etoro177 New Member

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    Feb 11, 2016
    Bridgeport, CT
    I have two very well tailored expensive suits. I would like to sell both of them together, since they are really well-kept, slightly used - letting go because I need room in my closet.

    1. The first suit is a blue Brooks Brothers 1818 pin-stripe suit made in Italy, that was tailored to my size (42R). It is a 44R on the tag, but as I said it was tailored because of my size and at the time I really wanted the suit. The waist 36 and the suit is made in Italy No signs of wear, in great shape, slight shine above right pocket from wear (not really noticeable).

    2. The second suit I purchased at Macy's on 34th street some years back, awesome suit but not sure of maker, it is a luxury brand, 100% wool, suspender buttons, pick stitching and awesome lining. It is a beige color, almost like a very light glen-plaid or prince of wales pattern. See pics below, cleaning out my closet and I am also a men's wear blogger, so I have some amazing clothing items from Europe (pocket squares and ties) that I will eventually post. See my pics below.

    I am also open to trade, I am looking for a six-two blazer, navy blue side vents, peaked lapels. Maker unimportant but must be of very good quality. I had a Brooks Brothers blazer that I loved and it got caught on a bannister and ripped my beautiful jacket, looking for a replacement.

    If interested, let me know, I also handle Men's trunk shows, www.papilloncravatta.com.

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